Thursday, December 2, 2010


Listen

Oil on board, 10" x 9"
$350 plus $8 shipping in U.S.
For check payment or other arrangements, email don@dailyartwest.com


"All works of art, though visible, represent invisible things."
~ Bill Viola


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14 comments:

Carol DeMumbrum said...

Don, your work is so inspiring!! I love getting emails with your beautiful paintings. This doggie has so much emotion in his face.

martha miller said...

Listen! (Did someone say Vermeer?)The light in this one is so spectacular and spiritual! And that wonderful downturned dog head - such grace!

SamArtDog said...

Winston's concentration is palpable. One can only imagine what's cranking between his ears. Probably lunch.

Don Gray said...

Carol, thank you! I appreciate your being on my email list.

Don Gray said...

Wow, what a compliment, Martha--thank you! Of course Vermeer is rolling in his grave.

Don Gray said...

No doubt he's meditating on how to solve world hunger, Sam. :^)

shirley fachilla said...

Beautiful color, composition and gesture. My favorite spot is that highlighted nose!

Dogs by Bri said...

Love the quote you have associated with this painting. Winslow looks great. Nice work from one dog painter to another.

Bri-

Don Gray said...

Hi Shirley--thank you!

Don Gray said...

Thanks, Bri. I love that quote too. Bill Viola is a really interesting man and terrific artist. I'm enjoying watching "Paco" develop.

Marilyn said...

LOVE the light in this one. I agree with SamArtDog...I believe Winslow's ready for his biscuit after holding this long pose!

: )

Katherine said...

What a beauty of a painting! Who's that beauty of a dog? Winslooooow! Love the quote, so appropriate with this painting.

Don Gray said...

Thanks, Marilyn. You're right--Winslow's SO earning his keep! :^)

Don Gray said...

Hi Katherine--thanks a bunch! That is a great quote, isn't it?